OPT: Nov. 18th-20th

Hey there OPT parents! We had a great week playing and learning! A new student joined our class this week – his name is Taylor. The children were so friendly and jumped right in to include him in their games. The feast turned out so well!...

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TCS Times November 2020

From the Director:  2020 State of the School By Sarah O’Dell, Executive Director During this year’s Annual Board Meeting, I began the annual State of the School report with the following, “It’s so fitting to this year that we are meeting via Zoom...

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Younger Primes

In the Younger Primes we have been singing Thanksgiving songs, reading Thanksgiving books and getting ready for our classroom feast. We asked the children what they are thankful about and here are their responses: Thea – I’m thankful...

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OP Nov 9-13

One more week until our holiday break! The Older Primes have been working hard putting together our Thanksgiving feast Friday the 20th. They have come up with all kinds of ideas they would like to bring to our class to make it the perfect send...

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OPT – Nov. 11th-13th

Hi there OPT Parents! Can you believe it snowed this week?! One of the many great things about TCS is that we will continue to play outside in the colder weather so please remember to bundle your child up. We’ve noticed many (if not all of the...

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YAD November 9th-13th

As you know, TCS is HUGE on play. Play is such a wonderful and complex concept and has six stages. The stages are typically age-linked and most of the children in the the class are in the parallel play which emerges around 2 years old. Some...

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YPT – Nov. 9th-10th

Hi there YPT Parents! We had another great and very busy week! Maite subbed for Olivia this week and got to know the children in our class! During inside playtime the children played with play-dough, cooked in the play kitchen for the babies and...

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Younger Primes

It all started with a pumpkin. We have a class pumpkin. Children asked a teacher to draw pumpkins on their papers. At The Children’s School, teachers don’t typically draw FOR children. Instead, a teacher cut out a pumpkin shape for...

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